Europe Travel Guide


Amsterdam — canals, Rembrandt, hashish and red lanterns, the epicentre of social liberal attitudes
Barcelona — Gaudi's cosmopolitan home on Mediterranean coast
Berlin — the capital of reunited Germany since 1990, it was divided by force for 45 years during the Cold War and has emerged as an international cultural centre and an area of rapid development since the fall of the Berlin Wall
Istanbul — Europe's largest city and only major city to span two continents and a fascinating melting pot of East and West
London — Britain's vibrant and truly multicultural capital
Moscow — Europe's northern city is famous for its nightlife and the iconic Kremlin
Paris — the capital of romance (and France) on the banks of the Seine
Prague — magical city with its renowned bridges spanning the Vltava River
Rome — the eternal city of seven hills and two thousand seven hundred years of history

source: Wikivoyage